Make Offer / Negotiable - "Something Sweet" 1952 Chevrolet Fleetline. House of Kolor Lemon Drop pastel yellow with gold pearl and Creme Brulee white. Pin Striping by Henry Segura, paint bodywork by Tommy Brizuela, Bear Metal Kustoms, Air Bags, Coker WWW 195x75x15, Frenched headlights, nosed, decked, shaved emblems and door handles, 1956 Chevy rear wheel well opening, 1954 Dodge Royal tail lights tunneled in, 1954 Buick side stainless, seventeen stock teeth in grill, '51 Chevy turn signals, SBC 283, 350 tranny, 10" Chevy rear end, disc brakes in front, 1962 Oldsmobile deep dash steering wheel, white pearl interior with maroon piping by Nelson's Kustom Upholstery in Ventura, Ca., Appleton 552's spotlights, Rare rippled lake pipess by Harpoon, '57 Caddy hub caps with bullets, Mustang P/S, P/B, GPS port, Lokar shifter. All gauges updated by Redline to a 12V system. The seats are well padded and very comfortable on long rides.
Chrome by the Bumper Choice Santa Fe Springs, Ca. Smoothed bumpers front and back. 1949 Chevy rear license guard. Steering wheel restored by Pearl Craft of Australia pearlized wheel, dash knobs and glove box. Remote doors and trunk, aluminum radiator, New 6-7-17 Holley 650 carburetor, Flamethrower Igniter distributor, igniter coil, telescoping hood prop rod, hot air defroster has a cut off valve on engine for cutting off in the summertime. The Pioneer radio plays single cd, 6 cd stacker, cassette player, I pod down load plug, stereo power amplifier. Appleton's can be removed if buyer wants, I have new stainless piece to cover up were the holes are. Comes with a car cover and an extra upper upper grill bar. All rubber on the '52 is new, doors and trunk close like a new car. Car has a manual cable to open the trunk if something was to go wrong with the remote. Car has a push button to open the trunk.
** Might take nice Martin guitars as payment toward the over all price. Martin D18, D18E, HD28, D28, D35, D41, D42, D45 or V models and E models of these.
1. Class award at the 2015 Grand National Roadster Show
2. Top Five Mild Kustoms at the West Coast Kustoms Cruising Nationals, 2015
3. West Coast Kustom Calendar 2016
4. Kustoms Illustraded issue #45
5. Traditional Kustoms December 2015,
6. Bombs Magazine issue #7 spring 2016
7. Kustoms Illustrated Award of Excellence 2016
8. Best Kustom Lompoc Police Show 2016
9. Best Kustom Mad Bombez Car Show 2016 & 2018
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